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We name the standouts in everything from cars to credit cards, stocks to smart phones, plus the best beer, blogs and books.
The college debt trap, by Janet Bodnar
Price-cutting is still in fashion, and seasonal hiring will increase.
When older workers meet younger bosses, sparks can fly.
Is rent control unfair to new tenants? by Knight Kiplinger
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Also on the high-tech menu: customized financial advice.
A house is just a home, by Knight Kiplinger.
Skip school stocks, by Whitney Tilson and John Heins
Get more yield with blue-chip stocks, by James K. Glassman
How to make your money go further, by Thomas M. Anderson
Math mind games, by Robert Frick
The eclectic choices range from a food giant to a battered bond insurer.
Value traps can ensnare even the most adept investing pros. But they don't need to wreck your portfolio.
The Feds want to level the playing field between brokers and advisers. It may not make a difference.
The bears are Wrong about the economy, by Jeremy J. Siegel.
Buying into buyouts, by Andrew Feinberg.
Don’t junk your junk bonds, by Jeffrey R. Kosnett.
Is momentum investing dead? by Russel Kinnel
Jeffrey Gundlach socres big for investors in his new fund.
The stocks of Apple, Google and Microsoft have diverged. We tell you which ones to buy and which to avoid.
The official report clarifies the cause of the market mayhem, but the solution for preventing another episode is still a mystery.
Adding one of these funds can boost your returns and reduce your portfolio’s risk.
The fund loads up on small and midsize mining companies.
You'll make more than paper profits from these two timberland-owning real estate trusts.
Our top 200 schools deliver a high-quality education at an affordable price.
New financial Web sites make it a snap to stay on top of spending and set goals.
We tell you how to boost your benefits by thousands of dollars a year.
Kimberly Lankford explains how to track down stocks that pay steadily growing dividends.
Soon you may be able to roll over your 401(k) or 403(b) to a Roth inside your employer plan.
Act now to capture expiring tax breaks and beat year-end deadlines.
Bank online and you can avoid the fees and even earn a little interest.
Bargains are scarcer this year, but you can fly the holiday skies for less if you use these strategies.
Use our checklist to see whether you should take your donation elsewhere.
Less-distracted driving, by Jessica Anderson
What you need to know about holiday shopping, by Lisa Gerstner
Chad McGowan doubled the size of his home but left his energy bill unchanged with a geothermal energy system.